August 12, 2010

Mini Madeleines

My friend Audrey offered me a very nice book for my birthday called mini madeleines. My only problem was that I had neither a madeleine dish nor a mini madeleines dish! So, before I went back to France, I placed an order at Mathon, and when I arrived at my parents, the mini madeleine dish was waiting for me.

When I was younger, I wasn’t a big fan of plain madeleines. But now that I have this book...we regularly have madeleines feasts at home! I have already tried the tomato and goat’s cheese ones and the herby ones. Next will be a sweet recipe as Luke has begged me to try one. Of course, you can make them with any flavour you like; your imagination is the only limit.

I guess I should be grateful to my friend Audrey to have made me rediscover and enjoy madeleines. Thank you!

Ps: be careful, it might not take long to a greedy person to eat them all!

Mini-Madeleines with Herbs- makes 28 mini madeleines by Sandra Mahut

• 100g flour • 2 eggs • 3tsp baking powder • Salt and pepper • 2tbsp olive oil • 20g melted butter • 2tbsp grated Parmesan • 4tbsp milk • A bunch of chives • A bunch of flat leaf parsley

1. Chop very finely the chives and parsley. 2. Mix all the other ingredients together in a bowl. Add the herbs. 3. Preheat the oven to 220°C. Pour a tea spoon of the mixture in each madeleine hole in the dish. Pop in the oven for 4min then reduce the heat to 180°C et leave to cook for 6-8min until golden.

Mini-Madeleines aux Fines Herbes – pour 28 mini madeleines Recette de Sandra Mahut

• 100g de farine • 2 œufs • 3cc de levure chimique • Sel et poivre • 2cs d’huile d’olive • 20g de beurre fondu • 2cs de parmesan râpé • 4cs de lait • 1 botte de ciboulette • 1 botte de persil plat

1. Ciseler la ciboulette et le persil. 2. Mélanger tous les autres ingrédients ensemble dans un bol. Ajouter les herbes. 3. Préchauffer le four à 220°C. Verser une cuillérée à café de la préparation dans les empreintes du moule. Mettre au four pour 4min puis baisser la température et laisser cuire encore 6 à 8min jusqu’à ce que les madeleines soient dorées.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

De rien ma p'tite Blandyne, je suis heureuse que le livre te plaise et que vous vous régaliez !
Bravo encore pour ton blog qui met l'eau à la bouche et qui est une source d'inspiration continuelle pour mes repas ;)
Bisous.
Audrey.

Ustensiles cuisine MaSpatule said...

Ces madeleines ont l'air très savoureuses!
Camille - www.maspatule.com

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